Do you love pistachios? Do you love fudge? Why not combine the two and make this new twist on an old favorite. Today, we celebrate National Nutty Fudge Day on Food Porn Friday. Check out this Dark Chocolate Pistachio Fudge Recipe from Crave Local, that’s easy to make and just as easy to eat!
Go ahead and sink your teeth into this chewy decadent treat, that you can celebrate today and enjoy any time of the year. You only need 4 ingredients. Why not make a batch for Mother’s Day?
Happy #NuttyFudgeDay on #FoodPornFriday!
May is National Strawberry Month and on Food Porn Friday and Cinco de Mayo, we celebrate this widely aromatic, bright red, sweet, juicy fruit which is a great source of manganese and dietary fiber. Did you know that strawberries are also low in saturated fat, cholesterol, and sodium?
If you’re looking for a taste of spring with an easy dessert recipe using fresh strawberries and a few simple ingredients, then you’ll want to check out this mouth-watering Sky-High Strawberry Pie courtesy of the good folks at Taste of Home.Total prep time is 20 minutes (Cook: 5 min. + chilling). This recipe makes 8-10 servings.
Why not sink your teeth into a slice of deliciousness and transport yourself into dessert Heaven. You will find this recipe and many other epicurean edibles at http://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/sky-high-strawberry-pie. Oh, what a celebration this is! Bon appetit!
Happy #CincoDeMayo and Happy #FoodPornFriday
Awww pretzels…the comfort snack that we love to sink our teeth into. Do you like your soft pretzels in a stick, a roll, bites or the traditionally recognized crisscrossed twist? Do you pair your pretzel with beer, wine or soda pop? Do you dip your soft pretzel in honey mustard, cheese fondue or a sweet hot sauce?
Well since we are ending National Soft Pretzel Month in April, we wanted to celebrate this comfort food snack on Food Porn Friday. Here is an easy soft pretzel recipe from the folks at Everyday Dishes that you can prepare at any time, for any occasion at home.
How many ways can you say cheese? How about 1,778 ways? No joke. According to Cheese.com, you can search their database containing 1778 kinds of cheese by names, by country of origin, by kind of milk that is used to produce it, or by texture.
April is National Grilled Cheese Month. Typically cheese such as Pepper Jack, Muenster, Sharp Cheddar, Provolone and American cheese are creamy yet great for melting between two slices of bread. However, that does not stop you from combining different types of cheese and creating your own innovative cheesy sandwich concoction.
Check out these mouthwatering grilled cheese sandwiches from The California Milk Advisory Board. Today’s tasty features include The Havana, The Tuscan, and The REAL Californian grilled cheese sandwiches. The California Milk Advisory Board (CMAB), an instrumentality of the California Department of Food and Agriculture, is funded by the state’s more than 1300 dairy families. As we honor National Grilled Cheese Month, prepare a delightful melt in your mouth sandwich of warm, gooey, cheesy goodness.
I remember growing up how excited I was to visit my grandfather and get my hands on a bushel of those ginormous pecans that fell from his pecan trees. Those long brown shells held some of the biggest, sweetest and meatiest pecans I ever tasted. Nowadays, I have not found any pecans that fit the size or caliber of my memories of those Ninja pecans my grandfather grew.
So today, on Food Porn Friday, as we celebrate National Pecan Day, which by the way has been celebrated on April 14 since 1996, I decided to feature this healthy recipe, Pecan-Crusted Chicken from EatingWell Magazine. This recipe coats tender chicken breasts with buttery pecans flavored with spicy chipotle and zesty orange.
This recipe only takes 30 minutes to prepare and is ready in 30 minutes. In the picture, it is served with spinach salad. Depending on your tastes, you can modify a number of certain ingredients to your choosing. What a wickedly delicious way to eat a healthy meal with only 270 calories per serving.